The European Qualifications Framework (EQF) is a translation tool that helps communication and comparison between qualifications systems in Europe. Its eight common European reference levels are described in terms of learning outcomes: knowledge, skills and competences. This allows any national qualifications systems, national qualifications frameworks (NQFs) and qualifications in Europe to relate to the EQF levels. Learners, graduates, providers and employers can use these levels to understand and compare qualifications awarded in different countries and by different education and training systems.
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Following the successful completion of their doctoral studies, the doctors will: - have understood systematically, fully, and in depth one or additional advanced and complicated fields of a modern and developing cognitive subject of Informatics and/or communications; - have contributed significantly either to the generation of new knowledge, or to the innovative application/interpretation of pre-existing knowledge over the relevant cognitive field; - have published their research findings in international scientific journals and/or have presented them in international scientific conferences; - be able to organise, develop, adjust and apply research methodologies, with the purpose of conducting original research; - be able to produce new knowledge and contribute to the improved understanding thereof; - be able of using specialised software and/or specialised equipment to conduct research; - be able of effectively disseminating new knowledge to their colleagues and to the scientific community; - have demonstrated sufficient capacity in presenting technical knowledge and information, both through the written and the oral speech; - be able of presenting, explaining, and assessing new proposals, methodologies, and conclusions; - have the ability of organizing and effectively conducting both personal and group research; - have the ability of understanding and evaluating different approaches for the resolution of critical problems and the creation of new knowledge, based on internationally accepted standards; - h ...
Awarding bodyUniversity of Western Macedonia
Following the successful completion of their studies, the graduates may:- apply knowledge of mathematics and physics in the description, interpretation, resolution, and investigation of problems of informatics and telecommunications; - recognize the individual building blocks of computer systems and telecommunications networks and know their role;- develop software, by using suitable programming languages and techniques; - design computer and telecommunications networks, such as electrical and electronic arrangements, under realistic conditions and limitations; - analyse systems, signals, and data with the use of suitable tools;- describe and resolve composite IT and telecommunication problems, by making use of the knowledge acquired; - develop accurate or approximate models for various problems and conduct simulations and calculations using suitable methods; - construct experimental arrangements, conduct measurements and interpret the results thereof;- work with and adjust to different architectures and operating environments; - study, compare, implement, and improve algorithms; - express clearly and with accuracy, through oral presentations and written texts; - integrate modern software packages in their work method; - make use of laboratory and relevant measuring equipment with safety and reliability;- understand modern and future IT and telecommunications applications; - collaborate with others and operate effectively, within the context of a group;- learn new knowledge and technologies, and adjust to diff ...
Awarding bodyUniversity of Western Macedonia
Upon completion of his/her studies, the Department's graduate, graduate Electronic Engineer of Technological Education, has the specialized knowledge and practical experience to successfully work either independently or in collaboration with other scientists in the design, research and application of technology on modern and specific areas of Electronics and in particular the following fields: 1. Analog / digital electronic components, devices, systems and measuring instrumentation,2. Telecommunications in general (wired and wireless, microwave - mobile - satellite - optical) and digital data communication.3. Power Electronics, Industrial electronics and automations, Automatic Control Systems, mechatronic systems.3. Audiovisual systems and installations, Radio and Television, Editing Audio & Visual / Multimedia.5. Computer Technology, Networks Computer systems, Internet and IT services, Telematics.6. Electromechanical devices, microsystems technology.7. Microcontrollers, microprocessors, embedded systems.8. Sensors, measurement and data collection systems, Digital data processing.9. Microelectronics, Integrated Circuits and Hardware Structures.10. Protection and fire safety systems, electromagnetic compatibility, quality assurance systems. With regard to the above and the relevant fields, the Department's graduate will be able to undertake responsibility the following: i. Study, design, development, production, installation of respective systems, devices or equipment,ii. Handling, control, supervision, main ...
Awarding bodyTechnological Educational Institute of Athens